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The Royal Fountain No.3: sacred songs and hymns for use in Sabbath-school or prayer meeting

Editor: Jno R. Sweney, Wm J. Kirkpatrick
Publisher: John J. Hood, Philadelphia, 1882
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page. Page numbering is inconsistent (or a lot of pages are missing) numbers is brackets are what is in the hymnal.
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1Deep in the mire of sinPage Scan
2Let those who have donned the beautiful BluePage Scan
3Oh, come to the fountain when morning is breakingPage Scan
4Unfurl our temp'rance bannerPage Scan
5We all do cast a shadow, be it for good or badPage Scan
6Touch not nor taste the sparkling cupPage Scan
7God is love; his mercy brightensPage Scan
8How goes the battle, brother?Page Scan
9aJust as I am, without one pleaPage Scan
9bStand up! stand up for Jesus! Page Scan
10Fill up, fill up the crystal cup!Page Scan
11A message of mercy, a message of lovePage Scan
12Such beautiful, beautiful handsPage Scan
13My boy is on the street tonight!Page Scan
14Out on the desert, looking, lookingPage Scan
15I've glad tidings of great joyPage Scan
16All are mine, thou holy JesusPage Scan
17See the loyal temp'rance armyPage Scan
18Ah! 'tis the old, old storyPage Scan
19Strike, soldiers, strike, the time has comePage Scan
20What tongue can describe the wreck and the ruin?Page Scan
21A crown of thorns he worePage Scan
22Oh, save our boys, our cherish'd boysPage Scan
23I hear a murmur in the air, a tumult in the streetPage Scan
26'Twas dark, and I, with inward fearPage Scan
27It was said, and oh, I can hardly tellPage Scan
28Tramp, tramp, tramp, in the drunkard's wayPage Scan
30I now belong to Jesus!Page Scan
31aRock of ages, cleft for mePage Scan
31bNearer my God, to thee!Page Scan
31cCome, thou Fount of every blessingPage Scan
31dLord I hear of showers of blessingPage Scan
32aO for a thousand tongues, to sing Page Scan
32bCome, ye sinners, poor and needyPage Scan
32cAll hail the power of Jesus' name!Page Scan
32dO happy day, that fixed my choicePage Scan
32eJesus, lover of my soulPage Scan
33Redeeming love! Redeeming love!Page Scan
34One by one, our loved ones slowlyPage Scan
35[5]Tho' my sins were once like crimson redPage Scan
36[6]Down in the valley among the sweet lilliesPage Scan
37Lord, my strength and my RedeemerPage Scan
38Hark, there's some one knockingPage Scan
39[13]In the Rock that is higher than IPage Scan
40[14]To the cross of Christ, my SaviourPage Scan
41[15]Hear you not the Saviour callingPage Scan
42[16]To the shadow of the Rock in a thirsty landPage Scan
43[17]Poor, starving soul, there's room for theePage Scan
44[18]Beautiful day, lovely thy lightPage Scan
45'Tis sweet to walk by trustPage Scan
46O tell me about the Master!Page Scan
47[23]Oh, freely speak for JesusPage Scan
48[24]You are under condemnation, careless sinnerPage Scan
49[25]There is a fountain filled with bloodPage Scan
50[26]We are marching, marching onwardPage Scan
51[27]Down at the cross where my Saviour diedPage Scan
52[28]Are you weary, are you heavy-hearted?Page Scan
53All honor and majesty, power and blessingPage Scan
54Our soldiers well drilled may be drawn into linePage Scan
55[41]They are coming with songs, the victorious throngsPage Scan
56[42]We are going home rejoicingPage Scan
57[43]Behold the Lamb of God, Who takes our sins away!Page Scan
58[44]Come, thou "Bright and Morning Star"Page Scan
59[45]God, th'all-wise, beholding sinnersPage Scan
60[46]O bless the Lord, our souls, and all withinPage Scan
61[47]Just as a little tired childPage Scan
62[48]Take the world, but give me JesusPage Scan
63[49]What of the future, my brotherPage Scan
64[50]O pray for the wretched and perishing soulsPage Scan
65Enter at repentance gatePage Scan
66I shall sleep but a momentPage Scan
67Ho! ev'ry one that thirstethPage Scan
68I have told the story of JesusPage Scan
69The tranquil hours steal by[The tranquil hours steal by]Page Scan
70O Saviour, I long for thy tender forgivenessPage Scan
71[59]Sinner, the Savior is calling for theePage Scan
72[60]They are looking down upon us from the battlements of lightPage Scan
73Jesus is calling you now!Page Scan
74Wake from thy drowsy sleepPage Scan
75[73]In Christian love unitedPage Scan
76[74]Oh! Land of the blessed, thy shadowless skiesPage Scan
77[85]We have heard a joyful soundPage Scan
78[86]Oh, sometimes the shadows are deepPage Scan
79[91]"Come unto me,"--in measured tones and slowPage Scan
80[92]Har, the song of holy rapturePage Scan
81[95]Watch, ye saints, with eyelids wakingPage Scan
82[96]There's a Rock in the desert where pilgrims may flyPage Scan
83[97]Tho. clouds may fade before mine eyesPage Scan
84[98]Immanuel, Immanuel, Our God in mortal flesh to dwellPage Scan
85[99]Oh, blessed thought, while pilgrims herePage Scan
86[100]Who is on the Lord's side?Page Scan
87[103]A ransomed soul returnsPage Scan
88[104]I am bowed at the crossPage Scan
89[105]This is not my place of restingPage Scan
90[106]Peace in believing the words of my SaviourPage Scan
91[107]I sing of His mercy, I sing of His lovePage Scan
92[108]Gentle Saviour mine, oh, the joy divinePage Scan
93[109[Walking with Jesus, my Saviour divinePage Scan
100[110]Call'd to the feast by the King are wePage Scan
101[111]How sweet the sacred rest it bringsPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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